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Closing Night Of Lucky Guy On Broadway + Courtney B Vance Honored With Sardi’s Caricature

Last night marked the end of an excellent run for the amazing cast of Lucky Guy. It was one of life’s bittersweet moments that makes you sad but also makes you smile. Courtney B. Vance shine dso bright in this play. His presence and rhythm were powerful and makes it no surprise that this role garnered him his first Tony Award. We were able to catch up with Courtney and tell him how much we love him and the work that he does After the closing show. Congrats to the entire cast on a job well done.

Courtney B. Vance At Sardi's

For the past couple of months, Tony Award winner Courtney B. Vance has played in Lucky Guy at the Broadhurst Theatre across the street from the legendary restaurant Sardi’s. On July 2nd Vance was honored with a caricature of himself that will hang along the infamous walls with the many other caricatures of Broadway stars inlcuding his wife, Angela Bassett, who came out to support him in this honor. Also in attendance, the director of Lucky Guy, George C. Wolfe and the cast of Lucky Guy Check out the pictures —–>>> HERE


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Drew Shade is a theatre artist and enthusiast who fosters artistic diversity and excellence for the love of Black theatre artists. He is the Founder/Creative Director of Broadway Black, Off-Book Podcast & The Antonyo Awards. “Have a belief in yourself that is bigger than anyone’s disbelief.” – August Wilson


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